Online Motivations Assessment
Motivations Assessment to Grow Your Business and Retain Employees
Understand the Key Drivers of Employees and Applicants
Career Drives is an online motivations test that identifies the top motivations and preferred team roles (colours) of your employees. Do they want security? Do they want freedom? Do they seek out structure?
The Career Drives report rapidly reveals what truly drives your employees and what their communication styles are. Career Drives therefore makes it possible to engage employees based on what their workplace needs, resulting in better performance, team cohesion and retention.
How it Works: By Identifying Preferred Roles and Specific Professional Motivators
Career Drives is based on the Competing Values model by Robert Quinn. Employees' behaviours and communication styles are revealed through the eight preferred team roles, each of which relates to a specific colour. In addition to preferred roles, Career Drives also provides the reasons for these preferences. A preference for the role of ‘Entrepreneur’, for example, may be based on a need for success or the urge to blaze a new trail. The Career Drives Motivations Assessment therefore provides in-depth insight into an employee’s driving forces.
The Result of a Motivations Assessment is Targeted Engagement and Development
Career Drives can be used during selection to gain insight into an applicant's preferred work environment and culture, which can be aligned to the role and organisation. It can also be effectively applied with existing employees on an individual or team basis.
Career Drives gives direction to the choices that your employees make regarding their development. In addition, employees become more aware of what energises them. Managers can more easily foster development and fulfil a coaching role. The Career Drives of a group can be shared in a workshop format via a TeamsDNA report.
Knowing your employees’ sources of energy
Insight into preferred roles
Guidance for effective communication, cooperation, and organisational culture